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Eye Tracking

BioNomadix Logger data with video from eye tracker

Precise eye tracking data, synchronized physiological data

Neuroscience research teams, scientific researchers, and commercial consumer marketing can now easily record and analyze precise eye tracking data and physiological data with hardware/software packages from BIOPAC.

BIOPAC offers an array of eye tracking systems that are easily integrated with stimulus presentation, Virtual Reality environments, physiological monitoring, and other media.

Combined with BIOPAC data acquisition systems and AcqKnowledge software, BIOPAC eye tracking systems provide extensive acquisition and analysis features that fully support complex experiments and commercial applied science.

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Details

Systems offered by BIOPAC include cables and analog outputs required to interface to BIOPAC data acquisition systems or 3rd-party A/D converters.

Eye Tracking Solutions by SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI)

Combined with BIOPAC data acquisition systems and AcqKnowledge software, SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI) eye tracking systems provide extensive acquisition and analysis features that fully support complex experiments. Select systems are also ideal for consumer neuroscience, consumer behavior, neuromarketing, and neuroeconomics studies conducted by commercial or industrial research teams. BIOPAC and SMI offer plug-and-play integration of physiological signals and eye tracking data captured in the laboratory and during interactive real-world tasks. Integrated data acquisition is made simple. Experiment design and analysis do not require programming skills.

  • Mobile Eye glasses with video
  • Non-contact Eye Tracking

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Advanced Features Spotlight

BioNomadix Logger data with video from eye tracker

Mobile Eye Tracking with HD Scene Camera

SMI Eye Tracking Glasses with HD Scene Camera Mobile eye tracking made easy, robust, efficient, and versatile Full availability of all eye tracking parameters & More...

Portable, Non-contact Eye Tracking

Lightweight and reliable eye tracker Conduct fixation based studies with a new level of ease and robustness Easily record, synchronize, and analyze biometric data and More...

Eye Tracking

BIOPAC offers an array of eye tracking systems that are easily integrated with a VR system. monocular and binocular systems fixed head or moveable systems More...

iMotions BIOPAC integration

Researchers can easily combine and synchronize BIOPAC’s measurements for arousal, stress, fatigue, respiration, etc. with iMotions biometrics for visual attention, emotion, motivation to compliment, enhance and More...

Psychophysiology

AcqKnowledge will extract beat-by-beat systolic, diastolic and mean blood pressure data from the raw blood pressure waveform. Simultaneously, data can be collected from ECG, EOG, EMG, More...

Videos

ON DEMAND WEBINAR

Integrating BIOPAC Wireless Physiology & SMI Mobile Eyet Tracking


TUTORIAL VIDEOS & SCREENCASTS

Eye Tracking & Physiology - Synchronized Data

SMI BeGaze Import and Synchronization

Eye Tracking Demonstration

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Smart Center controller, 2-3 wireless transmitters & AcqKnowledge plus case

Smart Center | Stand-alone BioNomadix Wireless Systems

Smart Center Stand-alone, Portable Wireless Physiology Systems Smart Center Essentials entry-level system includes a Smart Center Device (BN-SMART with USB power cable), 2 or 3 Transmitters (BN-xxx-T with chargers); AcqKnowledge for Smart Center, and a case. Smart Center Enhanced adds a Logger (BN-LOGGER) and Basic Scripting License (ACK100W-BAS) to the Smart Center Device (BN-SMART with powercable), 3 […]

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